This book will introduce you to the fascinating world of watch making. It is designed for the average person with zero knowledge of watch mechanics, building, or repair. This book will teach you some of the basics on how a watch works. It will also show you where to buy the right watch parts, how to assemble them, and how to regulate the time. Don't buy another $1000 watch when you can build one for $100. This book also comes with a full color PDF file ebook for your computer or smart phone.
This book is an amazing practical guide with well illustrated pictures and images on how to begin from the scratch to build watches. It has been carefully designed to meet the theoretical and practical needs of every watch maker or an average person with no previous knowledge of watch making and repairs. You will be learning the basics of watchmaking, the best materials to use, how to carry out repairs on watches, the best type of casing to use, how to combine various component to get an amazing watch output, and so much moreGrab Your Copy Now By Clicking BUY NOW
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
The first and most comprehensive step-by-step guide on the subject, Watchmaking has become a classic in its own right. This new edition is updated to include a new section which discusses and illustrates a variety of the author's own watches. The author's principal aim in writing this book has been to inspire and encourage the art of watchmaking, especially among a new generation of enthusiasts. The making of the precision timekeeper is described, step by step, and is illustrated at each stage with line drawings and brief explanatory captions. Great care has been taken to ensure the text is easy to follow and to avoid complicated technical descriptions.
A little book about a monumental problem - watchmaking hitting rock bottom. A sarcastic contriubution to a monumental problem. Insulting and educational, the laugh of the 20th century bluntly revealed, a must for every owner of radioactive vintage watches, the final nail in the coffin of contaminated timepieces.
Watch making is an art of its own which a lot of individuals desire to undertake, the goal of writing this book is to encourage and inspire the art of watchmaking particularly among the latest generation of enthusiasts, the making of your own perfect watch at home is described in step by step picture guide This guide is straight to the point and explained in clear language even for an absolute beginnerLearn how to build your own watch and save money you would have spent buying a very expensive watch, wow your friends and give them as a present to your family, friends and loved ones
Originally written in book format, Practical Watch Collecting was published as a 10-part series in the Watch & Clock Bulletin, ending in February 2010. The full-color, 130-page book, which returns the series to its original form, has been carefully reviewed and updated. Both beginning and advanced watch collectors will enjoy learning about the attributes and idiosyncracies of watches from Richard Watkins’ unique perspective.
Grand Complications, Volume III provides a detailed overview of complicated watchmaking. Published by Tourbillon International, this reference work for connoisseurs deals with each of the major horological complications by theme, from their history through to their most recent developments. Multi-complications, minute repeaters and sonneries, tourbillons, equations of time, perpetual calendars, chronographs, jump hours and retrograde mechanisms, and GMTs and multiple time zones are reviewed in great detail. The latest creations by over 23 elite watch manufacturers are displayed and are accompanied by technical descriptions, comprising more than 400 pages in a book that already has earned respect among connoisseurs.